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Becky Namgauds is an multidisciplinary artist, choreographer and performer based in London. Creating intense, powerful work which subverts femininity through a highly physical dance language often within surreal settings. With an original style which is raw and grounded, Namgauds independent works are often motivated by feminist or environmental themes. As a choreographer and movement director she has created work for theatres, site-specific performance, galleries, music videos, fashion and commercials.


Namgauds has collaborated with Hofesh Shechter Company and LIFT (London International Festival of Theatre) for East Wall at The Tower of London, one of four choreographers in the site specific show with 150 performers including professional and youth dancers and live musicians. Her show Like Honey was part of the British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2019 and her outdoor work Rodadoras, an outdoor show in which three women perform a jig of floor work in half a tonne of soil, is still being performed nationally and internationally since premiering in 2018. Becky's solo Exhibit F premiered at Dance Umbrella 2019, London's renowned annual festival of dance, and then toured further as part of Out Of The System Mixed Bill in early 2020.

Becky is currently developing her film directorial debut 'Thick Skin', which she has written and will perform in. 

In 2023 Namgauds will be a resident artist at Dance Limerick before making a work on the 1st year student at London Contemporary Dance School where she regularly lectures as a guest. 

As a choreographer and movement director for the screen Namgauds has worked with artists Jade O'Belle and Georgina Starr, musicians Nimmo, Rhys Lewis, Evadney and Fleur East and brands such as Hermes. 


As a performer, Namgauds has had an exciting and eclectic experience. She was one of 11 cast members in the original creation of Marianne Elliott's 'Angels in America' at The National Theatre. Here, Becky was a movement and puppetry artist for the R&D, creation and then 100 performances of the 2 part Tony Kushner play, which totals 7.5 hours. Creating and performing alongside the likes of Andrew Garfield, Nathan Lane, Denise Gough and Russel Tovey, the show received critical acclaim and 5 star reviews and is now watched online by a global audience. 


Working long term as a dance artist collaborator for choreographer and director Holly Blakey, Becky continues to perform and collaborate with Blakey in different capacities, whether performing in sold out live shows at the Southbank's Royal Festival Hall, assisting on campaigns for Vivienne Westwood or fronting a music video.


Her passion for music, art, theatre and fashion and her versatility as a dancer have allowed her to exist as an artist within many scenes. Becky has appeared in music videos for the likes of Dua Lipa, Harry Styles, Mura Masa and Klyne amongst others. Has worked with renowned choreographers Yoanne Bourgeois and Marion Motin. She has performed for brands such as Roksanda, Sportsbanger, Gucci and Dazed and been featured in campaigns for Vogue, Dior, Chopova Lowena, Lululemon and Adidas.




Since 2020, Namgauds has been a guest lecturer at London Contemporary Dance School, teaching contemporary dance practice for both the postgraduate and undergraduate degree courses. She is privileged to be nurturing the dance artists of tomorrow and aims to provide them a challenging but supportive environment to learn in.


With over 10 years of teaching experience Becky delivers high quality classes, workshops and intensive courses for professionals, students and non-professionals. Her BA in Dance, background in Capoeira and teaching qualification in Yoga have supported her development of a wholesome movement practice and well structured class which builds with intensity and can be fluid and flexible to suit participant needs. 

Becky often teaches professional class in London as well as workshops and intensives nationally and internationally. 



Teaching credits include; Punchdrunk, National Dance Company of Wales, Dam Van Huyn Company, Rambert School of Ballet and Dance, Laban, Salford University, Roehampton University, Wolverhampton University, Centre for Advanced Training Birmingham, Freefall Dance Company, The Place, Tripspace, Centre151, Rambert professional programme, Grosetto (Italy), Centre Civic Barceloneta (Spain), Candoco Youth Company and Threescore Dance Company for the over 55s.

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